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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 October 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S fSy JEA.fi tVDLVW. Athtr if "At m Gtrt't tftro. Eic ,'.'' Entered Accordiof to Act of Contm U th Oftc of tha UbrarUa of CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. The deputies?" Dolores repeated lowly. The softened color and gentle expression disappeared from her face; ha drew her hands away from Dora's clinging fingers; she pushed back the lialr that had slipped down on ber forehead. Then the deputies had been searching for her father. That was what those men were there for that morning when they stopped and asked cf her where he was. And If those men of the law came for him when he was not there, when every one knew that he was not t.ere, and sought for him over on the oppo site mountain among its dangers, would they not come at any time for "blm to prove their case? Might they not even Insist upon taking him over to the town in spite of his condition? Unconsciously her fingers closed over the flowers in her lap, crushing them relentlessly. ; Two soft hands released the flow...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 October 1903

ALL TIRED OUT. HOW TO HOLD YOUR FRIENDS. The wr-ary, worn out. ell-tlred feel ings come to ey- r y b o d j who taxes the kid neya. When the kidneys are over worked they fall to perform the dut ies nature baa provided for them . to do. When the kld seya fall danger out , dlsaaici quickly follow, urinary disorder, diabetes, dropsy, rheumatism, Bright'! disease. Dean's Kidney Pills cure all kidney and bladder Ills. Read the fol lowing case: Veteran Joshua Heller, of 706 South Walnut street, Urbana, 111., says: "In the fall of 1899 after getting Doan's Kidney Pills at Cunningham Bros.' drug store In Champaign and taking a course of treatment I told the read ers of the paper that they had re lieved me of kidney trouble, disposed of a lame back wfth . pain across my loins and beneath the shoulder blades. During the interval which had elapsed I have had occasion, to resort to Doan's Kidney Pills when I noticed warnings of attack. On each and every occa sion the results obtained were just a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 22 October 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1903 Ttrmt of Subscription : On year 11.00 Sli Months 90 Throe Month 23 DMID MOSES TKEPCEM CF LIFE IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF PROVIDENCE. BY TOM BENTON. COPVBIUIIT 1003 BY HOAII 8. J0H5ST0X poMorricn: houtk 2, laudonia, mo. CHAP. XXVII. Secret VICE. Ser- CHAP. XXIII. Under The Stars and Bars on Lake Erie. September 19, 1864, was an ideal day. The sun shoue bright and the church towers of Detroit glistened as his rays lighted upon them. David Moses and Bob Har ris crossed over the beautiful De troit river and finding the Philo Parsous went on board and paid their fare to Sandusky, Ohio. The boat had a few passengers, a Ger man lady in middle life, with her daughter, an iutellieent girl, of probably eighteen years; a young man of not exceeding twehty-five; Captain Beall, Major Cole and Lieutenant Burleigh were all. But the boat crossed over to the Cana da side and from the pier of the little town of Maiden Lieutenant Briscoe, Lieutenant Clark. Elbert lloss, Wi...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

PT.TT, TH3T0IUCAL B;0 Mexico .Missouri VOLUME IV. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1903. NUMBER 52 Message. HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Skinner news letter day late last week. arrived a ' Grant Wright and family 1 have moved back to Audrain from Colj fax, Wash. Thomas Dalby and family, west of Thompson, will move to Curry- ville, Texas. Mrs. Eph Hughes is relatives aud old places est in Kentucky. visiting of inter- Judge W. VV. Botts and wife at tended the Caldwell-Hawkins wed ding at Curryville last week. Mrs. W. C. Moore of near Skin ner has beeu entertaining Mrs. Roe aud little daughter of Fort Worth. Texus. Mr. William Heizer and Miss Annie Barnett, both of this - city, were married . the 21st instant, HfV. F: M. Shonsh officiating. Harry Darliugtou died at Laddo niu from typhoid fever. But n short time before his father, R. C. Darlington, died from dropsy. The Vaudalia correspondent to the Rails Co. Record" says that Vandalia has a bowliug alley where...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

Mexico Misscuri Message , - - M - JOHN BEAU Publisher. -IEXICO MISSOURI And Franc wont be content with fealX-morocco either. Colombia may bold a poor.hand, but she has a first rate poker face. The worm has turned. Antl-HIa vatha clubs bave started into being. Things are moving rapidly when a horse that trots In 2:01 is considered slow. The more popular a driver is, the) longer neck his horse seems to bave in a close finish. War between South American repub lics is always useful in relieving the ennui between revolutions. Mary MacLane says the future 19 a luto without strings. It may also bo described as an un tooted flute. Mr. Balfour seems fated to play sec ond fiddle. First Chamberlain and now the king Is taking first honors. 1 Turkey is willing to bring about re forms in Macedonia if she is only given time and her ammunition holds out. ' Tho hickory nut crop is reported to be unusually large. If the coal trust doesn't behave we may burn hickory nuts. Life Insurance companies are ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

BAD BREATH Don't disgust your friends any longer. Your foul breath either comes from undlffest ed and fermenting food in the stomach, or from a feverish condition, the result of Constipation. Or. Ualdveiro (UXATIVI) Oyriip Gpsin sweetens sour stomachs, cures Indigestion and Consti pation. PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Montfcello, III. Tiiisvvr. m the world rott jXtt STALL -RCLIAMe PtALER STICK TO THE; CIONOPTHE fl3H. ollourmfcrartwr' 'coat, juils end Kati for oil hrndi of wet work. It is often imitated but never equaHei Mads in black or yellow awfully Guaranteed fcy SMTSN.nuyuilt Boy's Apt Reply. During b)fi last stay In Boston Gn. Baliington Booth told a congregation In th Warren Avenue BapMtt church a story that Iras much appreciated. A. boy was inked by bla teacher It ha could define what "rapid enunciating" meant "It'a talking like people do when they try to pray In a cold room." wan the prompt answer given by the youngster. More Flexible and Lasting, won't shake oat or blow oot; by ednfli ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, Editor and Proprietor. KnUred at the rottoflien Bt Mexico Mo., as necond-class matter. THURSDAY. OCT. 29, 1903 The teachers of the county are with us this week. Welcome, ev ery one. Yes, it is a fact, Democrntic rascals deserve to be punished juRt a li tie more than Republican ras cals, for Democrats ought to know better. A World's Fair Information Bureau has been established at the Union Station in Mexico, in charge of I. M. Richards, where informs tion will, be cheerfully furnished. Under the evidence given, the verdict by the jury in the case of the State against Barnes at Troy last week cives universal satisfaction to the people of Audrain county. C. & A. employes are moving to Mexico. They are getting houses, too, as close to the railroad ns Dossible. so as to be as close to their work as possible. Railroad interests are picking up in Mexico Ex-State Senator D. W. Majors of Pike county will be in the race for Attorney Ocneial...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1903 $2 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 2 -T T? Tlnn t lata at Ponlpr Mn . order hia Message sent to him at ferry. ' J. T. and W. W. Johnson a few days since shipped 4,000 head of sheep to this county. VV. W. Johnson and family have moved back to this county from Miles City, Montana. A. P. McConnell, late of this county, orders his Mdssage sent to him at Wilson Creek, Wash. Mexico High School foot bal 1 team will play the Columbia team at Centralia tomorrow. Byron Graves, who has been in California for a year or two, has returned to this city to remain. Scarlet fever victims in this lo cality are all getting well and there are uo new cases that we have heard of. Ned Turner, son ot W. II. Tur ner, is again back home, having accepted a position on the C.& A. railroad. R. M. Hanna, "northeast of San ta Fe, orders his Message by way of Perry, on account of F. R. D. accommodation. The three miles of railroad grad ing on the cut-off north of Bentou City, contrac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

ITcxico rjssaurif.lessage L- .1 i.i i . JfrrfN DDK PuUlsiar.' "JIEXIDO MISSOURI ... 1 n l A man does not bare to die to leave lis will. He may get married. The hearty feeding nations are the much achleTlog nations. Mexican Herald. Every time we hear about Xantlppe we make the guess that Socrates wasn't any angel. It Is seldom that the Sick Man of Europe feels too "poorly" to sit up and smile at the powers. Japan Is sending troops to Corea, but reassures the world by explaining that It Is only for exercise. Dressmakers have decreed that the Kangaroo walk must go. In AuHtralia it is called the kangaroo hop. A wallop or two from Mr. Fltzsim roons may convince Mr. Gardner of the duty of respecting tho aged. 1 Young Chamberlain's monocle evi dently constitutes his chief point of resemblance to his strenuous sire. A hard fate confronts Count Tolstoi. The Russian government has decreed that ho shall stay at Yasanajapoljaha. Notwithstanding tho football field is marked off like a checkerboa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

r I HOW BOATS ARE WRECKED. I ... . Old Sailor Telia of One Great Cstisa I of Loss. ; "Trs, sir," he said, "I wsstnit In tha raJa of 62, off Prlnco Edward Island, and there was a slow of Vessels lost then. It was my first year master. I was 22 then. Fifteen sail lost at one clip. On hundred and twenty llyes lost, and there were 70 widows and 140 orphans made In Just that one blow. No we don't mind a flag at half-mast any more than It Is part of the busi ness; that one over there had a cap lain and one man lost ' overboard. Never saw them after she shipped a heavy sea. These craft they have now adays never lift the lee rail, and they Just smother hr down Into It when they have a fare, and don't think much of reefing, either-. "I'll tell you how many of them are lost. They sink each other when they drag their anchors. You see, on the grounds, one vessel will anchor about Jiere, and another about there, and an other one there, and so on, about three cables lenghts apart Now, when it com...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

THE MESSAGE enough, but it also showed r3 Michigan with steam up and ery appearance of being ready battle. r n n rpr THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1903 Tenug of Subscription: Ono year H.00 Six Month 50 Throfl Month 25 The men went to Captain Deal! i i- and insisted on his return to Can DMID MOSES THE POEM OF LIFE Ml THE FOOTPRINTS CF PROVIDENCE. UY TOM KENTON. COPVBIOIIT IIV NOAH . JOIINKTOK roTOFFIf'R: IIOUTK 2, I.AIUKJfUA. MO. CHAP. XXIX. Johnson's Island. Avoiding Detectives. Three miles from Sandusky, Ohio, the Bay on t he south, and Lake Erie on the north, lies beautiful historic island. It is mile lone, and nearly n half mile wide. It was called Hull's Island, from a former proprietor but about nine years before the Civil War Mr. L. 15. Johnson, of Sandusky, bought it and in 1HC1 the Govern ment rented it to use us n prison for Confederate soldiers. A regi ment of Ohio Volunteers were made the Runid. They lind two forts commanding a sweep of the ifcland, also n block house, while the pri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

Address of Joseph W. Folk .at... St. Joseph, Missouri, October 24th, 1903. True Democracy. It la a pleasant privilege to address the Democrats of this splendid city. I am reminded of the fact that this was the home of Silas Woodson, the first Governor the Democrats elected after the stormy period of the civil war. The name of - Silas Woodson la held In high regard by all Democrats for his sturdy honesty, his high char acter and his true Democracy, He was the beginning of the unbroken line of poet bellum Democratic Gov ernors, whose management of the State's affairs has reflected trefllt on the party they represented. . National Questions. In the early days of our government citizens were divided on governmental policies. The most conspicuous ad vocates of opposing theories were Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Ham ilton. Jefferson believed in the rule of the peopler Hamilton advocated a restricted franchise and special privi leges. The Democratic party of today stands for the teaching...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 29 October 1903

Supplement to Mexico Message Thursday, Oct. 29, 1903. MEXICO MISSOURI. of Macedon did the work the treason of war had failed to do. Greece fell because corruption bad weakened her national life. Rome attained a pinnacle of greatness and was undermined by the same insidious corruption that threat ens us. Jugurtha, after he had cor rupted the senate and bought the palace of Rome, declared that he could buy the entire city If he only bad money enough. Since the beginning of history, gov ernments of all kinds have lived and s died. Republics as great as ours have existed and gone down Into oblivion through the spirit of corruption. Where wars, pestilences and all other ca lamities combined have destroyed one government, corruption has under mined a score. Yet some say that boodllng cannot be an Issue, that we ought not to get alarmed over a few cases of bribery. When one's house Is on fire he is In no condition to argue about fine tapestries and orna ments; he Is more concerned In put t...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

It0" 10273 Mexico ouri Message V0L.UME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1903. NUMBER 1 Miss HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY R. R. Buckner (.hipped iu head of feeding: steers from Lonis last week. 54 St. M. 0. Clutter lias returned to Audrain county to reside. lie is located near Worcester. Isaac Roberts has bought the old this city and is remodeling it for a hotel. Willis Johnson, auctioneer of thia city, cried a big two days' sale for O. R. Reynolds at Higbee last week. Hall Jones, who was seriously hurt by a traction engine several weeks ago. is able to move around on crutches. Eld. W.II. Hook closed a meet ing at Salt River Christian church last week with five additions to the membership. Mrs. John Gaius of Vundalia lately fell heir to a thousaud dol lars or more by the death of a brother in Washington, D. C. The Chicago & Alton has pur chased 50 more feet of additional ground of W. K. Potts for the new railroad depot iu this city. See advertisement i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Beal, riitor and Proprietor . Kiiicrcil at I Iip I'lH-toflipc t Mrt Mo., r M Tond-clas matter. THURSDAY. NOV. 5, 1903 It is said that Roosevelt will have u Rood deal to sny about boo dle in his message to Congress. Stealing Democratic thunder again, see! "Sonny Hoy" Mitchell, the negro murderer, should be appre hended mid will lie as fur as any thing the Audrain county official are able to do. The Audrain auctioneers are dropping the title "Col"' and the Audrain teachers, some of them, un becoming prejudiced against the appellation "Prof." Are we pro gressing in AudrainT The Mkssaue is for a high standard of Democratic morals in this State. Don't put up auy can didate for office next year for which the parly will be called upon to explain auy of his moral or offi cial acts. The boy or man or any other pel hoii who . will deliberately smash up and destroy his neigh bor' properly on Hallowe'en night or any other night should be apprehended an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

Hopes to Solve Labor Problems Change of Plans Led to Her Death Cltlsene' Industrial Association Fully Organised Mrs. BootH-TueKer Killed In e , Railroad "WrecK Chicago: With the election of D. M. Parry of Indianapolis as Itg presi dent, the formation of tbe Citizen' Industrial Association of America was completed Friday night. The organization Is national In scope and Includes representative manufac turers, tradesmen, other employers of labor, local general organizations and citizens' alliances, having among other things as its object the dealing with tbe labor problem In alt its phases. Delegates from 57 cities, from Ban Francliwo to New York, Including sev eral In Canada, were present at the convention, and at the concluding ses sion all details of the plan of carrying on and extending tbe work of the or ganization were completed. Other officers were elected as fol lows: J. C. Craig of Denver, head of the Colorado State and Denver Citi zens' Alliance, first vice president; E. M Mc...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

1 Uzxks tUissQuri f'cssago JOHN BEAU Publisher. 'IEXICO MISSOURI Kir Thomas Upton tailed for bom without the cup but with Ms appendix Intact It Ic the mil who let Ma wife have ner own way that whim Th nearest to having his. i - Bp for marriage a timid man doesnt know what to say. and after marriage bo Is afraid to aajr It. The man who said "All men are Itara" had just met a fisherman, a poli tician and a man In love. Under th new football rules the player will be expected to act as their own nose guards hereafter. A Boston woman la a graduate both In law and medicine. This seems a little grasping even for Boston. When It is possible to get telegrams every day at sea one of the great ad vantages of going to sea will be lost. When the motor baby carriage ap pears upon the scene, the street will be safer for pedestrians than the aide- walk. Persons of good taste will not regret that cod liver oil, which last year sold for seventy cents a gallon, has gone up to $3. Those L'raguayans oug...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

NEW FAST TRAIN TO TEXAS Via Iron Mountain . Rant. ' - ; LmvIdi Et Louis 8:80 a. m. for points in Texas and th " Bouthwast. Direct connect Ion wth trains from North and East. In addition to tSIs the Iron Mountain Kouta bav three other trains to Texas, tearing St Louis 2:21 p. m., 1:40 p. m. and 3:05 a. m. Through Pullman sleepers, din ing cars and elegant cbalr cars. Twelve hours saved to California. Fastest schedules to Texas. Tourist tickets on sale the year round. Writ any agent of Iron Mountain Route, or H. C. Townsend, general passenger and ticket agent, Et. Louis. Naw Nam for United 8tate. Herr Ooldberger, the Gern OOBV merclal privy eounoilor, who spent about eight months In th United States, returning In June, will soea begin the publication of a aeries of articles on America economlo aSalrs under the title of "The Land of Un limited Possibilities." . Do Your Clothe Look Yellowf Then ne Defiance Starch, it will kee tkeaa while 18 cm. for 10 cant. Family Hae Unique Record. . T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

AUGUSTUS HUNZC VICTORIOUS ENEMY Of COPPER TRUST in 3 mi 1 ! . .-JV ii "ml F. Augustus Hetnr.e, whose Tictory In the suits involving the ownership af Montana's richest copper mines has given the copper trust a severe blow and caused 20,000 employes to be athrown out of work, went to Montana 1 an engineer and promoter twelve IN OLD NORTH CEMETERY. Tablet in Memory of Man Who Fall In Siege of Boston Dedicated. A tablet in commemoration of the soldiers who lost their lives during Abe siege of Boston, and who were burled in tbe old North cemetery, Dorchester, was dedicated at the cemetery last week by the Massacbu .setts society. Sons of the American .Revolution. Tbe memorial is in the tform of a big bowlder, with a bronze tablet suitably inscribed Inserted in 'the rock. An American flag which was used in the war of 1812, covered the tablet, which was unveiled when Rev. Morris Cutler of Ashland had of fered prayer. Charles E. Adams, president of the society, presided over the exercises, ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 5 November 1903

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1903 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. Q C. & A train crews are coming to Mexico to live. P. It. Roden of this city will tpend the winter iu Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. . .' An obituary on the late Harry I Darlington will appear in the Mkssagb next week. - The latest railway talk is a pro posed electric line to be built from Mexico to Memphis, Mo. The homes of Thomas Dutjj Rev. Hill and Elmer Rutter were visiten by burglars recently. George W. Blair, in the north limits of this city, has sold his 29 acre farm to T. B.IIill for $5,000. John Morau of Wellsville comes to Mexico of Sundays. John has an attraction here. John is all right. ' Lonnie Rinaman of Lincoln county is attending Mexico Public school and between hours holds a case in the Message office. An interesting letter will appear in the Message next week from Miss Lena M. Petty, a former An- drain teacher, now teaching near Clinton , Mo. The revival meeting at the Chris tian church is getting up to a goo...

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